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where they're looking today. the news at noon... starts now. news at noon front door open good afternoon, thanks for joining us. i'm megan reuther. today authorities continued their hunt for a missing des moines teen sam kemp this morning. we spoke to family members, and they are holding out hope he'll be found safe, but are frustrated with the search. 6:39:58:12-6:40:10:04 "this family, this is a child that's out here...the way the mom is feeling...she's no mother that should be feeling like that...if it was your child you would want everybody out here." polk county deputies resumed their this morning near granger. right now searchers are on out on foot, the air and in the pond. they're currently looking at the south end of the pond and in the woods. the 17 year old was last seen at
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we're told about 3-hundred kids were there. when the police arrived, everyone scattered... including kemp. police say nothing can be ruled out at this point -- including foul play. 6:36:06:12-6:36:16:13 "we're gunna use the resources we have which is plenty and we are going to do a extensive search...as far as time goes...we could be out here all day." polk county authorities told us this is one of the most extensive memory.. a des moines man is behind bars this afternoon, after police say he stabbed another man following an argument over dirty dishes. they arrested 35 year old william nixon. he is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon for the incident that happened wednesday. he is now being held on a 2-thousand dollar bond. police say they were called to an apartment in the 16-hundred block of east grand avenue around 6-30 p-m. when police got there, they found 48 year old lial boggess with a
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police found a note on the kitchen counter that referenced "dirty dishes." the victim says the note led to their argument. a des moines teenager accused of killing his grandmother will appear in court this afternoon. 17 year old noah laprei's pretrial hearing is set for 2-30 p-m. he pleaded "not guilty" to his first degree murder charge. police say laprei beat rachel pray to death last month. pray was his legal guardian... and the pair lived together in a des moines home. his family says he was on drugs at the time of the incident. there is a new terrorist threat against some u-s schools, this time in dallas. the dallas independent school district remained open after determining a threat sent through a email last night. it was sent to staff members at pinkston high school and martinez elementary school. they immediately notified police, and authorities brought in bomb-sniffing dogs. we took that information very
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seriously, reached out to my counterparts with dallas pd chief brown and chief cato. we got in touch with the joint terrorism task force with the fbi, taking these threats serious schools in dallas i-s-d are open as usual today but with a higher police presence throughout the district. the warning is similar to those in school districts in los angeles and new york earlier this week. chicago police officer jason van dyke is now formally indicted for the shooting death of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. dyke shot mcdonald 16 times in an incident last year. the indictment includes six counts of first degree murder and one count of official misconduct. van dykkis free on bail. he's due back in court tomorrow. the first trial in connection with the death of freddie gray ended in a mistrial. and with no clear outcome for officer william porter, many people see no news as bad news. freddie gray's family attorney
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"...but i don't buy the nonsense that this is a victory for either side. it's not. it's just a bump on the road to justice, and the road to justice has lots of bumps." the attorney for the family of freddie gray says the hung jury is a disappointment for both the prosecution and the defense. legal analysts say the outcome of the trial goes beyond the fate of william porter ... the other five officers are still waiting to stand trial. "the technical legal term for the prosecution at this point is 'up a creek.' they really have big problems here, because they were planning on using porter as a witness against the others, and now he's sort of in this hyperspace." the driver of the police van caesar goodson pleaded not guilty to second degree murder charge after gray's death. during porter's trial, his attorneys said gray's safety was the driver's responsibility -- but if porter is still on trial, he might not
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be available to testify in a different case. porter was one of six officers charged in connection with the death of freddie gray. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to jeriann ritter at the science center. ad lib wx quick russian president vladmir putin delivered his annual address to
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russian president vladmir putin delivered his annual address to the nation today. touching on issues from donald trump to syria. keir simmons has the story. it was as president putin was leaving his three-hour news conference, he made perhaps his most impactful comments. he was asked about
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donald trump. he described trump as colorful and talented person and as an absolute front-runner in the u.s presidential race. moscow is hoping that a new president in 2016 may offer a new future for relations between russia and the united states, with this country still suffering from serious economic problem, in part due to u.s sanctions over ukraine. president putin said he was open to proposals by the u.s to try to solve the syrian crisis though he insisted that he still wants to see president assad in place. back to you.... an obama administrator official is under fire for using personal email to conduct government business. defense secretary ashton carter admits that he used his personal email as part of his official work for a couple of months. on the other hand....the pentagon issued a statement saying carter did nothing wrong. it also said
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carter prefers phone or personal conversations instead of email in conducting his work. but carter's admission could draw the same critical fire that has targeted clinton in recent months. star wars fans will need to use their force today, to stay awake for the 16 hour star wars marathon. fans got to jordan creek as early as midnight to watch all 7 films in-a-row. they will go in order starting at episode 1, with the grand finale being episode 7... the force awakens. management at the theater said around 300 tickets sold out within hours of being released. tickets for just episode 7 are selling really well too. in the metro most theaters have little or no tickets available for the release later tonight to see episode 7." nationally the experts say this
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they have already broken the pre-sale record....with raking in over 50 million. looking for some entertainment this weekend? we have a local comedian on the show today who you can go see. how much it costs and how you can get tickets. plus.... full episodes of johnny carson are coming to a tv near you.... when you can watch his classic show... all week we've been remembering
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and full episodes of his classic show are returning to late night t-v. recently dean richards went to the studio that carson called home for more than two decades. dean richards has the story... carson was born on october 23, 1925 in corning, iowa, to homer lloyd "kit" carson, a power company manager, and ruth carson, who was of part irish descent. he grew up in the nearby towns of avoca, clarinda, and red oak in southwest iowa before moving to norfolk, nebraska, at the age of eight. it was there that carson grew up and began developing his talent for entertaining. at the age of twelve, carson found a book on magic at a friend's house and immediately purchased a mail-order magician's kit. after the purchase of the kit, johnny carson practiced his entertainment skills on family members with card tricks. he was known for
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saying, "pick a card any card." carson's mother sewed him a cape, and his first performance was staged right in he debuted as "the great carsoni" at age 14 and he was paid $3 a show. soon, many other performances at local picnics and country fairs followed. after graduating from high school, carson had his first encounter with hollywood. carson hitchhiked to hollywood, where he was arrested and fined $50 for impersonating a midshipman, a story that's often seen as apocryphal. "johnny embarked on an adventure, one so laden with implications about his future, that some have wondered if the escapade might not actually be a legend." military career full episodes of johnny carson
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mediacom channel 114. if your looking for something to
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if your looking for something to
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there is a stand up comedy for the whole family in the metro. meet a local comedian...and how
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novey with us. who is here to share with us a comedy show coming up this weekend. -clean comedy show for christmas
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-the show is at the last comedy theater. teases are done! force awakens these star wars
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paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money.
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it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock.
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little pick me this afternoon. how long they've been in a local theater...and when they lined up for the movie marathon. massive search... polk county deputies expand their search for a missing teen. where they're looking today and what family members had to say about the search. good afternoon, thanks for joining us. i'm megan reuther. today authorities continued their hunt for a missing des moines teen sam kemp this morning. we spoke to family members, and they are holding out hope he'll be found safe, but are frustrated with the search. 6:39:58:12-6:40:10:04 "this family, this is a child that's out here...the way the mom is feeling...she's no mother that should be feeling like that...if it was your child you would want everybody out here." polk county deputies resumed their this morning near granger.
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right now searchers are on out on foot, the air and in the pond. they're currently looking at the south end of the pond and in the woods. the 17 year old was last seen at a party saturday night. we're told about 3-hundred kids were there. when the police arrived, everyone scattered... including kemp. police say nothing can be ruled out at this point -- including foul play. 6:36:06:12-6:36:16:13 "we're gunna use the resources we have which is plenty and we are going to do a extensive search...as far as time goes...we could be out here all day." polk county authorities told us this is one of the most extensive searches performed in recent memory.. a des moines man is behind bars this afternoon, after police say he stabbed another man following an argument over dirty dishes. they arrested 35 year old william nixon. he is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon for the incident that happened wednesday. he is now being held on a 2-thousand dollar bond. police say they were called to
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an apartment in the 16-hundred block of east grand avenue around 6-30 p-m. when police got there, they found 48 year old lial boggess with a wound to his lower left side of his back. police found a note on the kitchen counter that referenced "dirty dishes." the victim says the note led to their argument. a des moines teenager accused of killing his grandmother will appear in court this afternoon. 17 year old noah laprei's pretrial hearing is set for 2-30 p-m. he pleaded "not guilty" to his first degree murder charge. pray to death last month. pray was his legal guardian... and the pair lived together in a des moines home. his family says he was on drugs at the time of the incident. there is a new terrorist threat time in school district remained open after through a email members at pinkston high school and martinez
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they immediately notified police, and authorities brought in bomb-sniffing dogs. we took that information very seriously, reached out to my counterparts with dallas pd chief brown and chief cato. we got in touch with the joint terrorism task force with the fbi, taking these threats serious schools in dallas i-s-d are open as usual today but with a higher police presence throughout the district. the warning is similar to those in school districts in los angeles and new york earlier this week. chicago police officer jason van dyke is now formally indicted for the shooting death of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. dyke shot mcdonald 16 times in an incident last year. the indictment includes six counts of first degree murder and one count of official misconduct. van dyke is free on bail. he's due back in court tomorrow. the first trial in connection with the death of freddie gray ended in a mistrial. and with no clear
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outcome for officer william porter, many people see no news as bad news. freddie gray's family attorney says it's not over yet. "...but i don't buy the nonsense that this is a victory for either side. it's not. it's just a bump on the road to justice, and the road to justice has lots of bumps." the attorney for the family of freddie gray says the hung jury is a disappointment for both the prosecution and the defense. legal analysts say the outcome of the trial goes beyond the fate of william porter ... the other five officers are still waiting to stand trial. "the technical legal term for the prosecution at this point is 'up a creek.' they really have big problems here, because they were planning on using porter as a witness against the others, and now he's sort of in this hyperspace." the driver of the police van caesar goodson pleaded not guilty to second degree murder charge after gray's death. during porter's trial, his
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attorneys said gray's safety was the driver's responsibility -- but if porter is still on trial, he might not be available to testify in a different case. porter was one of six officers charged in connection with the death of freddie gray. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to jeriann ritter at the science center. ad lib wx quick in the presidential race, donald trump's debate feud with rival
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in the presidential race, donald trump's debate feud with rival jeb bush has spilled over onto the campaign trail. but during a late-night appearance, the republican frontrunner appeared to have a change of heart.. and a new message for his party.
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peter alexander has the story. donald trump -- marking six months in the race -- almost all of them atop the gop field ... ... the same way he spent much of that time... on t-v... ... overnight, with jimmy kimmel... trump: "i would like to see the republican party come together, and i've been a little bit divisive, in the sense that i've been hittingpeople pretty hard... kimmel: a little bit? rallying supporters in arizona, trump dismissed critics who insist he's just a showman: "somebody said trump's a great entertainer. that's a lot of bullshit!" ... and bashed rival jeb bush -- after bush seemingly got under trump's skin in tuesday's debate: bush: "this is a tough business to run for president-- trump: oh, and you're a tough guy jeb-- "i had jeb come at me, you know, low energy. still, bush is confident he's cracked the trump code: "i don't think he's a serious candidate and i don't know why others don't feel compelled to point that out, but i did." with outsiders trump and ted
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... the establishment lane -- the battle to be the anti-trump -- may, once again, be up for grabs... ... with bush... ... and chris christie, both delivering strong performances... ... and marco rubio -- bouncing between iowa and new hampshire wednesday with nbc's hallie jackson ... ... defending accusations from rival ted cruz that he's too moderate on immigration: 9:59:00 rubio: i've always been at the right, i'm not moving anywhere, i've always been a consistent conservative that believes in limited government-- hallie: that happens to be cruz's slogan-- rubio: --but i have been, for longer than 2 and a half years or 2 years in the senate. cruz also on the defensive - questioned on fox news about his support for immigration reform in 2013: "it doesn't mean i supported the other aspects of the bill, which was a terrible bill." insisting his position hasn't changed. "i categorically oppose amnesty, my first priority is securing the borders." that was peter alexander reporting. star wars fans will need to use their force today, to stay awake for the 16
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fans got to jordan creek as early as midnight to watch all 7 films in-a-row. they will go in order starting at episode 1, with the grand finale being episode 7... the force awakens. management at the theater said around 300 tickets sold out within hours of being released. tickets for just episode 7 are selling really well too. in the metro most theaters have little or no tickets available for the release later tonight 'i am so excited. so excited... to see episode 7." nationally the experts say this will biggest movie opening all time. they have already broken the pre-sale record....with raking in over 50 million. there are nutcracker collections... and then there is a sioux city woman's collection. over 2-hundred of them...
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why she collects them...and why she says her collection is still not complete. just in .... we have been told a body was found in anncr: when the attacks come here... ...the person behind this desk will have to protect your family. will he be impulsive and reckless, like donald trump? will he have voted to dramatically weaken counter-terrorism surveillance, like ted cruz? will he have skipped crucial national security hearings and votes just to campaign, like marco rubio? 27 generals and admirals support jeb bush. because jeb has the experience and knowledge to protect your family. right to rise usa is responsible
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we want to bring you some breaking news... we have been told a body was found in the pond near granger. just after noon, the central iowa underwater search and rescue team found a body in a pond. the pond was the focus of a search for samy kemp. the 17 year old was last seen at a party saturday night near granger... about 300 kids scattered after officers arrived at the home. that pond is right behind the home.
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the polk county sheriff's department has not confirmed that the
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many people have their own hobbies and niches. but for one sioux city woman her hobby is christmas. sam curtiss reports on her collection of nutcrackers she has collected over the years. nutcrackers on the floor. nutcrackers on the shelves. nutcrackers small and large. everywhere you look in jacque nutcrackers. "i kept getting them as gifts," said jacque goettsch. her collection is up to 243 figures. this was the first one in the hoard. "1988," said jacque goettsch. "i got it at the old bostwick store which is now shopko." of the 243, only three are duplicates. "i opened them all on the same night," said jacque goettsch. "it was on a family christmas. i got one from one sister, one from another sister and one from niece and when i opened them they said 'oh i didn't know you got the same one'." she has all different types including this on made by her dad. around the rest of her home, 53 nativity displays. and one room dedicated to the jolly red man. "christmas is my hobby," said jacque goettsch. goettsch says it takes her about a week and a half to set up the decorations.
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"each one i have to dust off and look at and remember who gave it to me," said jacque goettsch. "there's a lot of memories down here for me." but goettsch's collection isn't quite complete. the retired nurse needs just one more to be satisfied. "i do not have a nurse nutcracker," said jacque goettsch. come the first week of january her prized set will be still be on display. only inside boxes stacked in the garage. "it's priceless to me only," said jacque goettsch. "there's other people that think i'm really nuts about nutcrackers and they aren't so it's not improtant to other people but it's important for me."
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geiger. this week the u-s-d-a closed a loophole in farm-safety net payments that allowed inactive managers of farms to receive payments. secretary of agriculture tom vilsack says the farm program is for those who genuinely need it.. and the new farm bill allowed him to authorize the closure of the loophole and limit payments..
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but in the farm bill.. iowa senator chuck grassley had a provision that detailed specific removal of this exploit.. it was approved by the house and senate.. so it was supposed to be safe.. but the committee involved removed it. in his weekly conference call.. i asked him what he thought of the closure.. he says the removal of his provision.. was the reason he voted against the 2014 farm bill.. "they violated the rules, gutted my provisions. we ended up with mealy-moused that secretary of agriculture vilsack had to work with, and as i just said, he did the best he could under what the law allowed him to do. so i thank him." since 19-87.. the broad definition of actively engaged allowed for some general partnerships and joint ventures to add managers to farming operations.. which qualified them for more payments.. it looks like the start of a holiday trade in grains.. with jumps up and down..
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"where we're really at is we have a market that is dialing in an awful lot of negative news we had negative news from argentina, devaluating, looking to devaluate the peso.." "taking off some export sales tax that they had on their grains. both of those were negative to the market increase the supply. but the market has dialed a lot of that already in so we're getting a little bit of a relief rally. and i think when you look over all the weather is also on the focus in south america. conditions so far are near normal in argentina but brazil continues to be on the weather watch." "the cattle market just continues its assault to the downside. the cash cattle this week traded one to two dollars this week lower. the beef market continues to push down to two year lows. we're trying to find levels that we actually clear the beef. so we'll see how much negative news is already dialed in the market. a great deal already is." "the hog market's following the cattle market down to a certain degree be out. slaughter rates continue to be larger than anticipated, larger than the numbers that the usda says." and that wraps up the show for
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